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The pepperoni comes from a pig. Pizza comes from plants and animals. 12 11 Cheese is made from milk. Milk comes from cows. Where does cheese come from? Plants Animals SKILL: CLASSIFY INFORMATION Food THE FOOD WE EAT • LEVEL G • 1 Name ____________________________ INSTRUCTIONS: Have students draw and label four foods from the book on the chart. Have them write a check mark under the Plants and/or Animals headings to tell where the food came from. © ProQuest Information and Learning Company All rights reserved.
All rights reserved. Learning Page 1630 E. com Written by Cheryl Ryan Illustrated by Erin Terry I get up, wash my face, brush my hair, and get dressed. I eat my breakfast and drink my juice. Then I get ready for school. 4 3 Morning is when the sun rises. The sun rises early in the morning. My day begins early in the morning when the sun rises. Noon is when the sun is high in the sky. It is lunchtime at school It is bright, and it is warm. I eat lunch, and I play with my friends. 5 6 Afternoon is when the sun begins to go down.
A pig in a wig and a dog in a bog. How many rhymes each day? A flag in a bag and a nag with a tag. How many rhymes did I say? 8 7 I had a little kitty, and it lived in the city. I had a fancy bike, And I gave it to Mike. A pig in a wig and a dog in a bog. How many rhymes each day? A flag in a bag and a nag with a tag. How many rhymes did I say? 10 9 I had a bad dream, and it made me scream. I had eighty legs and a dozen large eggs. Name ____________________________ Fantasy HOW MANY RHYMES? • LEVEL G • 1 Reality SKILL: REALITY AND FANTASY # INSTRUCTIONS: Have students cut out the pictures and paste them under the appropriate heading.